Hotel San Pedro de Majagua
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Mega Skin Death Plague fate.
Harry returns to the hostel to seek directions to the doctor. They put him in a taxi with a taxi driver who notices the rash and declares with a rueful shake of the head,
'They've poisoned you...'
Undeterred and feeling fine but itchy Harry gets out at the Centro Medico Boca Grande. That's Big Mouth Medical Centre for the non Spanish speakers, hardly the most reassuring name for a ...
... hang off the back of my seat in a plastic holder. Went past lots of palm oil fruit waiting for collection at the side of the road and then past a rather smelly palm oil processing plant.
Tried had to catch the lads back up but only managed it when they stopped for fresh lemonade, ice cold at a roadside stall. Absolutely delicious and we kept flagging others to come on in and try some as they started to cycle past.
Pleased that I then kept ...
... that all this digging in the lowland streams , they would encounted the glittering dust and pebbles in the mud. They would turn this glitter into golden religious objects which also reflected their weaving kills. We visited the Museo de Oro- Cartagena and admired their work. Here are some example of the Gold work of the Zenu People.
... entered a small town with only dirt roads and pigs roaming around. Berrugas was one of the poorest places I have ever seen and it is sad because I do not think they receive much help. It is a small town right on the coast where very few know about it. As we got further into the town, the glistening oceanfront came into view. I always find it strange that places like Berrugas have something so beautiful so close. The bus drove onto the docks and quickly came the children shortly ...
... road which had two rocking chairs and looks over a plaza where groups put on shows, we had tightrope walkers and jugglers and people just mill around eating drinking and lurking. All sorts! We also had a guy with a Polaroid jacket and camera offer to take a picture. We agreed - next minute he took out a digital camera took two pictures and then took out the memory card stuck it in a rickety photo printer and ringed ...